Posts Tagged Muar food


Food

Street Food & Cuisine

Street Food & Cuisine

The small riverine and Johor royal town, Muar is famous for its food. The most well-known local food are “otak-otak”, “Mee Bandung Muar”, Fried Oyster Omelette and Satay. Most of the stalls are concentrated along Jalan Abu food street, also known as “T’am Cjia Kueh” in Hokkian dialect [The Glutton Street]. Muar rojak at Tanjung […]

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Travelogue

Craving for old favourites

Craving for old favourites

By Sim Bak Heng WHAT helps you remember a place? For me, it is the food and places of interest. For some, a road map will be helpful to discover a town or city, like what I did when venturing to many “off the beaten track” places in Indonesia and southern Thailand in the past […]

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华人美食

水粿

水粿

在本地琳瑯滿目五香十味的地道小食中,水粿無疑是最具草根性,然而,樸實無華的它始終是遊子懸念的鄉愁。在吉隆坡生活了這些年,一直沒能遇見類似的味道,更別說是口感,可能是因為它在這裡都被稱為砵仔糕或碗仔糕,興許是能用潮州話親切的說聲“水粿一包”即是無法取代的原因之一。

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Foodie Blog

Muar’s delights: Riverine town has many eateries that are tasty and affordable

Muar’s delights: Riverine town has many eateries that are tasty and affordable

By SAM CHEONG IF you have a night to spare in Muar, Johor, there are a few good makan places that you can try out. High on my priority list, is the fried Hor Chien (oyster omelette) that made this town famous. Famous around the globe: Chai Kee ‘434’ blended coffee is a must-try when […]

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